Caledonia Spirits Now Available in New Hampshire!
Barr Hill gin, Barr Hill vodka, and Tom Cat barrel aged gin are in selected state stores and are available to restaurants and bars across the Granite State.
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“The Secret to One of the Country’s Best Gins? Bees.” by Christoper Hughes, Boston Magazine
In the wide, dizzying terrain of craft gin, small-batch producers tend to put in inordinate amount of pride in the breadth and diversity of their product’s botanical anatomy. We’ve come a long way from streamlined London Drys like Tanqueray that focused on juniper and maybe one or two other defining herbs and spices. Now there are labels like Anchor Distilling’s Junipero with over a dozen “exotic botanicals” and Alexander Stein’s Monkey 47, an extreme case that utilizes 47 different plant … Continue reading
Live From the Hive: July 2015
“The Mints” by Annie Watson, Thistle Hill Studio
Honey bees love the flowers of the mint family (Lamiaceae). Spearmint, catmint, lemon balm, catnip… the list goes on. Did you know that basil is in the mint family? So are lavender, oregano, and rosemary. In our area, the mints bloom in June and July.
Pollinators are threatened all over the world. You can help them out by planting bee-friendly plants in your garden. … Continue reading
November Newsletter 2014
Building a sustainable Caledonia Cooperage
We have gathered white oak in the Champlain Valley of Vermont to make barrels. Each log is over 100 years old and grows very slowly in this cool climate, the northern limit of the white oak. Because of the national barrel shortage, we started this project to make barrels, and this required a forester to find white oak, a sawyer to quarter saw the wood, and a cooper to make the barrels. This will allow … Continue reading